Footpaths and Public Rights of Way

  

 

Hopefully, parishioners and visitors to Brympton make good use of our  footpaths and public rights of way, but, in order to keep these footpaths, stiles, gateways etc. maintained and safe for the public to use it is very helpful to the Parish Council if users report any faults or safety concerns they come across. The Council will then pursue necessary repairs, replacements or other suitable solutions via the appropriate bodies such as the SCC Public Rights of Way team.

 Unfortunately, some issues take longer to resolve because of necessary bureaucratic or legal processes, such as the broken down fencing along Footpath Y3/6 behind the Trading Estate in Stourton Way mentioned in the Report. However, the good news is that since the issue of the Report in July, this issue has now been partially resolved.


Maps of Rights of Way within the parish 

Parish - overall

Parish - north

Parish - south

 Annual report  of the Parish Path Liaison Officer -  submitted to the County Council August 2017. You are asked to note that  the SCC Public Rights of Way Explore Somerset Interactive Map has been updated to reference the pathway furniture (stile, bridge and signpost) on Path Y4/1 at its intersection with the Tintinhull Road to the west of Chilthorne Domer.

The displayed route of Y4/1 on the Interactive Map is confirmed as being up to date.